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Philip Street closed to vehicles on Thursday 21st June

We’ve had a notice to say that Philip Street will be closed on Thursday this week (subject to the weather staying fine) for surface dressing work. 

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Windmill Hill Sign

Make a personalised Fathers Day gift at Mini Potters

Mini Potters  - the paint-it-yourself pottery shed based at the farm - are running a special offer for Fathers Day.

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Café website is launched

Our lovely café has a shiny new website! Have a look around and check out their gorgeous menu to see what tasty treats are on offer.

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Cafe counter with cakes and a barista serving

Community Venue of the Year award

We're thrilled to announce we've won a Voscur award! The people of Bristol have voted us the 2017 Community Venue of the Year.

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Voscur award ceremony

“Best Cafe” award

We're delighted to announce that Windmill Hill City Farm Café was given "Best Café" at the recent Crumbs Magazine awards

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Cafe staff holding award

Real Economy – an alternative to supermarkets

Are you tired of supermarkets and want to support local producers?

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eggs, fresh veg and other produce

New cafe opening times

Please note that from today the cafe will close at 3pm every Monday for meetings, reviews, maintenance etc.

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cake made with rhubarb from the gardens

Do you want a stall at our Autumn Fair?

We are looking for stalls for our Autumn fair market on Saturday 7th October.

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Fair at the farm

Potential nursery expansion update

Regular visitors may be aware that a proposal was brought to the farm by Bristol City Council to expand the nursery provision on site. This would require a new building.

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children playing on pallets

Nursery expansion opportunity

Windmill Hill City Farm is considering an opportunity to increase its places for pre-school nursery children. If it goes ahead it will give an additional 32 places for 3-5 year-olds in an area that is desperately in need of more provision – and secure the financial future for the farm as a free community facility.

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Children painting